• Are you hiking and camping this Summer in the Great-out-doors.?

    Best answer: Yes, and hunting. Don't forget hunting in the Great-out-doors.
    Best answer: Yes, and hunting. Don't forget hunting in the Great-out-doors.
    11 answers · 17 hours ago
  • From where to buy camping/hiking stuff in USA?

    I would like to go cmaping/hiking with my familly and I've found out those articles and stores on equipment. Are they reliable? https://store-royale-usa.com https://www.tripsavvy.com http://www.lovetheoutdoors.com Any other suggestions?
    I would like to go cmaping/hiking with my familly and I've found out those articles and stores on equipment. Are they reliable? https://store-royale-usa.com https://www.tripsavvy.com http://www.lovetheoutdoors.com Any other suggestions?
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hello camping enthusiasts, could I use my dry bags to put my food in, then keep it cold by keeping it in cold river water?

    So where I m going to be camping for long periods of time, there is a cold river that flows by, and because I don t have the capacity to carry a cooler, I was thinking I could turn my dry bag into a pseudo refrigerator for the food that should stay cold. Has anybody ever rigged up a system of keeping their food... show more
    So where I m going to be camping for long periods of time, there is a cold river that flows by, and because I don t have the capacity to carry a cooler, I was thinking I could turn my dry bag into a pseudo refrigerator for the food that should stay cold. Has anybody ever rigged up a system of keeping their food cold by rigging something to keep the contents of the bag suspended at the surface of the water?
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Where can i buy low cost hiking boots?

    i am a woman an i am looking for low cost hiking boots i need to get them in a store because i am going camping this weekend
    i am a woman an i am looking for low cost hiking boots i need to get them in a store because i am going camping this weekend
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Should I cover my new Coleman tent with a tarp if it rains?

    Just bought a new Coleman Evanston 8 screened tent for a week long camping trip at the beach in Gulf Shores. Rain is expected and even though the tent claims it offers a WeatherTek system I still worry. Would covering it with a tarp help or make it worse? Thought maybe having something rubbing against the rainfly... show more
    Just bought a new Coleman Evanston 8 screened tent for a week long camping trip at the beach in Gulf Shores. Rain is expected and even though the tent claims it offers a WeatherTek system I still worry. Would covering it with a tarp help or make it worse? Thought maybe having something rubbing against the rainfly might actually cause it to leak. Also, what size tarp would you recommend for a 15 × 12 ft tent and what would be the best way to attach it? This is my 1st camping trip in 15 years. Thank you.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do you like going camping?

    Best answer: If it's 70F and I don't have to cook or wash dishes.
    Best answer: If it's 70F and I don't have to cook or wash dishes.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • What are you gonna do this summer?

    Best answer: Going to Thailand in 3 days to bang Thai sIuts and have threesomes for the next month. Basically a sex vacation
    Best answer: Going to Thailand in 3 days to bang Thai sIuts and have threesomes for the next month. Basically a sex vacation
    49 answers · 2 months ago
  • Where and how?

    Best answer: If you're caught short, behind a bush or tree.
    Alternatively, you could just crap at a toilet before you drive to where you're camping that night
    Best answer: If you're caught short, behind a bush or tree.
    Alternatively, you could just crap at a toilet before you drive to where you're camping that night
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • What do you think is the most versatile kind of axe?

    Between the Hudson Bay, felling axe, and forest axe what do you think can do the most
    Between the Hudson Bay, felling axe, and forest axe what do you think can do the most
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is a maul worth an extra $50 compared to an axe for splitting wood?

    Best answer: While a splitting maul comes in wonderfully handy for some pieces of heavy wood unless you're a big powerful Lumberjack man that can handle that splitting maul for a big quantity of wood it's going to wear the average person out real quick sometimes it's better to get a good quality axe with a good... show more
    Best answer: While a splitting maul comes in wonderfully handy for some pieces of heavy wood unless you're a big powerful Lumberjack man that can handle that splitting maul for a big quantity of wood it's going to wear the average person out real quick sometimes it's better to get a good quality axe with a good weight to it

    Rather than to get a splitting maul which is so heavy that it wears you out just pick it up

    The only way to really find out is to go pick up the mall and to pick up the axe and see if you want to be swinging that mall all day long or if you would do better with the axe.

    Me I would get a good quality axe and a cheap splitting maul from Home Depot or Lowe's for when I run across a really large chunk of wood
    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • When is the best time to go camping?

    Best answer: For backpacking treks, I used to plan my trips around the first quarter moon and from then until the moon was full. That gave me the most moon light and reduced my need for lanterns and flashlights. for Car camping I did not have the same concern. In fact I often would intentionally take a trip around the third... show more
    Best answer: For backpacking treks, I used to plan my trips around the first quarter moon and from then until the moon was full. That gave me the most moon light and reduced my need for lanterns and flashlights. for Car camping I did not have the same concern. In fact I often would intentionally take a trip around the third quarter and new moon so I would have only a starlight sky. That is really the best for a night hike because the stars are more clearly visible when there is no moon. There are seasonal concerns as well. lower elevations here in California are most often desert and the best time is either spring or fall when the temperatures are mild. Higher elevations in the woods are better in summer. Winter snow camping is great fun if you are equipped for it and miserable if you are not properly equipped.
    8 answers · 3 months ago